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Title :世界の捉え方にみる学習者の特性とクラス・ダイナミクス : BEVIの結果に基づく分析
Title alternative :How the Students See the World Affects the Teaching Dynamics: What BEVI Results Can Teach Us
Authors :東矢, 光代
當間, 千夏
Authors alternative :Toya, Mitsuyo
Toma, Chinatsu
Issue Date :31-Oct-2019
Abstract :This paper reports the results of Beliefs, Events and Values Inventory (BEVI) analyses for two groups of students at the University of the Ryukyus: those who began a course in a newly established minor, the Global Shinryo Program, and those who were studying Media English as part of their required coursework. The analyses produced three graphs generated by the BEVI administration system: an aggregate profile, a decile profile, and a profile contrast. The results revealed that both groups shared similar patterns: high in Self Awareness (Scale 11), Sociocultural Openness (Scale 15), and Global Resonance (Scale17). Both groups tended to be liberal in Religious and Gender Traditionalisms (Scales 13and 14). These altogether indicate that students in both groups are highly competent in dealing with cross-cultural experiences and carrying out intercultural collaboration. Conversely, the scales oriented toward inner self and core values, such as Scales 7 and 8, highlighted a difference existing in Scale 8 (Socioemotional Convergence). Their decile profiles and profile contrasts illustrated that there exists a considerable degree of variance within the same group of students. Understanding this variance and devising ways to support those who are unready for global experiences will be a critical task of instructors and administrators.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :0919-4215
Publisher :琉球大学国際地域創造学部国際言語文化プログラム
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/45147
Citation :言語文化研究紀要 : Scripsimus no.28 p.23 -45
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